Control Verbs, Argument Cluster Coordination and MCTAG

Abstract : In this paper1 we present an extension of MCTAGs with Local Shared Derivation (Seddah, 2008) which can handle non local elliptic coordinations. Based on a model for control verbs that makes use of so-called ghost trees, we show how this extension leads to an analysis of argument cluster coordinations that provides an adequate derivation graph. This is made possible by an original interpretation of the MCTAG derivation tree mixing the views of Kallmeyer (2005) and Weir (1988).
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Djamé Seddah, Benoît Sagot, Laurence Danlos. Control Verbs, Argument Cluster Coordination and MCTAG. 10th International Conference on Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Formalisms (TAG+10), 2010, New Haven, United States. pp.0. ⟨inria-00521230⟩

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